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  1. Goldmine / Soul Supply did a great modern soul series back in the 90s. 6 CDs full of classics. Either get the CDs or go through the listings and see if they are on Youtube for reference. As a collection i think these are the best compilations in this genre. https://www.discogs.com/label/495948-Modern-Soul-2
  2. That track is The Harmonics - Let Me Go A nice find, i want one. I've had this many times and not had that version. I think this is the release when the label design changed and it came out on yellow and multi coloured.
  3. If it's played OK for years maybe your stylus is set up wrong. A friend of mine was having sound problems and skipping on his record deck and we noticed the stylus had twisted a bit, instead of pointing straight down in the 6 o'clock position it had moved left slightly. Just 1mm out made a massive difference.
  4. The Velvets - Let The Fool Kiss You - London Japan NM/Ex £70 Nice original Japan release with cool cover and lyrics
  5. Only one volume of 'Northern Soul of New Orleans' From the same great label https://www.discogs.com/Various-Crescent-City-Soul-Patrol-22-Dancefloor-Sounds-From-New-Orleans/release/8143717 https://www.discogs.com/Various-Crescent-City-Funk-And-More/release/909180 https://www.discogs.com/Various-Confessing-Deep-Soul-From-New-Orleans/release/3779546 Some i have that i like. I love the Nola sound too. Cracking The Cosimo Code - 60s New Orleans R&B And Soul Deep & Gritty The Sound Of The City Vol 04 - New Orleans Eddie Bo's Funky Funky New Orleans Get Low Down!: The Soul of New Orleans, '65-'67 Saturday Night Fish Fry - New Orleans Funk And Soul Sehorn's Soul Farm: 50 New Orleans Soul Classics Wardell Quezerque Funky Funky New Orleans: Rare And Unreleased New Orleans Funk 1968-1972 And many many more
  6. The Aretha and Levi video above reminded me about this one. They were good friends throughout their careers. Two giants of soul music sadly missed.
  7. Other tracks there are Sugar Billy 'I Got Some' and Jesse Anderson 'Mighty Mighty'
  8. Thats Ruby Andrews https://www.discogs.com/Ruby-Andrews-You-Gotta-Do-The-Same-Thing-Didnt-I-Fool-You/release/1610392
  9. Sold-American Poets - She Blew A Good Thing / Out To Lunch - London American VG+ £110-Sold Classic Soul, 1966 Silver Top stamped original, light marks, plays great. Pics are record for sale - Youtube for reference
  10. Thanks Len, i'll make a note of that. A friend of mine used to speak to her, i'll ask next time i see him.
  11. I'm trying to find any info on this acetate. Anybody know the song or artist ? Uploaded to my Dropbox, click link to see video. https://www.dropbox.com/s/rowps68f22kp6ur/Lost In Your Love.mp4?dl=0
  12. Bobby Sheen - Dr. Love / Sweet Sweet Love - UK Capitol Issue - VG £175 Original 1966 First Issue - One of the best double siders around, the northern classic 'Dr Love' and the great midtempo 'Sweet Sweet Love' which gets a lot of plays these days. VG with lots of fine lines but nothing deep, plays great on both sides. Pics are record for sale - Youtube for reference Dr. Love - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbCAUm5FULM Sweet Sweet Love - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RmKd_Owzvk
  13. This was first done by Billys uncle Calvin, Billy covered it in 1964. Where all the copies went is a mystery, it's a very rare record to find.
  14. Sold-P.P. Arnold - 4 Track French E.P that includes "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" £75-Sold What a classic, that drum roll and harmony intro is superb, feel good northern dancer. * Please note :The first song on A-side ironically has a deep cut that ticks. The rest are Ex and play great Original laminated sleeve is VG+ condition. A good way to get a 1967 original at a reasonable price. The First Cut Is The Deepest Everything's Gonna Be Alright Speak To Me Life Is But Nothing Pics are record fors sale - Youtube for reference
  15. Sold-Sonny Turner & Sound Limited - Now That You're Gone - Musicor White Demo Mint-£500-Sold Beautiful condition, play tested and sounds fantastic, no styrene noise, sits flat and clean labels. In original Musicor company sleeve.

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